Watering vegetables is one chore that you’ll need to tackle during hot summer months. Here’s how to water — and how not to water — your veggies.
Homemade rooting hormone made from willow is free and easy to make. Use this natural willow water for rooting cuttings or for easing transplant stress.
Growing food in an urban garden has its challenges. Finding a fast, easy way to get growing in raised beds isn’t one of them. Grow bags solve that problem!
DIY chicken feed is as easy as growing a chicken garden full of foods that will nourish your flock for less. Growing chicken feed cuts feed costs, too.
These small garden ideas will help you get the most bang for your vegetable gardening buck!
Crab apples are a great addition to small gardens and orchards, plus they offer some surprising benefits! Consider adding crabapple trees to your “must plant” list.
Choosing drought tolerant crops and using water wise methods when planting a vegetable garden can assure a harvest in harsh conditions. Drought conditions aren’t ideal, but there are some tactics you can take to create a drought tolerant garden that will produce a harvest for you.
Seed saving is something gardeners have been doing forever. It’s a great way to maintain a continuous supply of heirloom or open-pollinated seeds. Instead of depending on the nursery or your favorite seed catalog every year, you can save seeds from crops you grow and plant them again the following year.
Also known as a Mexican husk tomato, tomatillos are widely used in Mexican cuisine. Growing tomatillos is easy and the plants are prolific.